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Prep Sports Roundup: Rams take down Olathe

Hattie Gianinetti belted 16 kills and 15 digs and her twin sister, Megan, finished with 14 kills and 10 digs as Roaring Fork’s volleyball team took down Olathe in four games on Saturday.

Caitlin Kinney dug 13 balls and Josie Horn racked up 12 digs for the Rams, who won by game scores of 25-15, 25-18, 22-25 and 25-17.

“All in all, it was a really great showing by the Roaring Fork volleyball girls,” Roaring Fork assistant coach Jennifer Dority said.



The Rams improved to 12-2 overall with the win.

It took five games, but Grand Valley slipped past visiting Aspen in volleyball on Saturday, 21-25, 22-25, 25-20, 28-26, 25-13.



For the second consecutive match, the Cardinals won a match after dropping the first two games. They did the same against Rifle on Tuesday.

The win pushed Grand Valley to 6-6 overall and to 3-1 in the 3A Western Slope League.

Edgar Enriquez found net twice and Sergio Valentine-Morin and Enrique Bucio each scored a goal as Coal Ridge hung on for a 4-2 boys soccer win at Colorado Rocky Mountain School on Saturday.

The Titans improved to 9-0 with the win, while the Oysters dropped to 3-3-1.

Rocio Roman paced Grand Valley at Saturday’s Anna Banana Memorial Wildcat Invitational cross country meet, which was hosted by Fruita Monument and held at Connected Lakes State Parks.

Roman finished up in 20 minutes, 57.10 seconds to claim 34th place.

Isaiah Martinez led the Cardinals in the boys race. He placed 70th in 18:22.40. Joel Carrasco placed 76th (18:26.60) and Miguel Valles 88th (18:47.50) and Jonathan Marbas 99th (19:16.30).

Cedaredge exploded offensively, sweeping a softball doubleheader at Grand Valley by counts of 22-6 and 12-2 on Saturday.

The Cardinals fell to 2-13 with the losses.


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